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Understand that it may be the biggest achievement of any married female to be able to bear a child. Surely looking at the child the parents may become stress free and happy. But, consider those couples who in spite of trying everything were not able to have a child.
This blog is dedicated to those couples whose anguish and pain can never be explained.
Tanya married to her husband at a young age of 23 years. Everything was normal and both were trying to focus on their career so, thought of starting a family after may be one or two years of marriage. Circumstantially, the prolong wait went for three years. By the time, Tanya realised that her body was not responding, or her heart knew that there was something wrong it was may be late and then started the never ending ordeal of visiting doctors, medicals tests and treatments.
They even tried visiting the so called astrologers, temples. But, God had other plans. In the midst of all this, it was only her husband and her family who stood by her, barring a few friends.
It was during one of these days, that a baby shower parry was organised in the family and the mother in law initially made excuses for Tanya to not to attend the function and the later on told her that she is not allowed to attend the function.
This was heart shattering, a deep wound, an irreplaceable pain had stung Tanya and she started rewinding the instances of the past one year. She recalled:
Her parents and husband knew and understood the pain she was going through and were her pillar of strength. It was her husband who comforted her every night. It was her parents who understood and never pressurised her to talk, instead played a role of creating positive atmosphere. It was her sister who understood and never responded angrily even if Tanya was being stubborn.
Their is always a solution and mom knows it all. For some it could be a sister or a friend. The role of loved ones in this tough situation is very important.
Currently Tanya preaches:
Ishwar mum nyaydata!
God is my judge!